Adrenal Health Assessment

Your adrenal glands give you your get up and go – seriously! These small walnut sized glands ignite the fight or flight response when you are under stress either real or perceived. This fight or flight response creates a tremendous amount of energy in just seconds to help keep you – or someone you are protecting – alive. Your adrenal glands function well when they react and then rest. But these days, when stress has become a chronic condition, your adrenals are working nonstop. As a result, our health is showing the strain. Take our Adrenal Health Assessment and find out if your adrenals are sending out the signal that they are being used nonstop!

SS Boxing Woman Pink BlackStress taxes the adrenals forcing them to make a lot of the stress hormone cortisol, and over time, cortisol in large amounts stresses your body even further.  Physical, environmental and emotional stress may all be coming in to play.  Diet, lifestyle and nutritional supplements will all help bring your adrenals back into balance – and will help regain you energy, sleep better, and create the vitality you want!

Adrenal Feeling Wired Nutritional Supplement System

Take the Adrenal Health Risk Assessment and learn what your Adrenal Health Risks are!


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I feel as if I am always on the go and am known for getting things done.
I am exhausted and irritable a lot of the time—I have a short fuse.
When I’m not exhausted, I feel restless and agitated. I can’t relax.
Usually, I crash in the afternoon, only to get a second wind in the evening.
I often crave salty foods, or I crave sugar and can’t stop eating it.
I am light-headed and queasy in the mornings, or when I get up too fast.
I find it difficult to wake up and/or get out of bed—I can’t live without coffee!
I often feel anxious and have no idea why.
Sex is about the last thing on my mind these days.
When I want something done right, I have to do it myself.
If I sit or lie down for a minute in a warm spot, I tend to fall asleep.
I usually need a sugar or caffeine jolt in the afternoon.

How would you best describe yourself?

“The Racehorse” feels energized all day, fueled by high levels of stress hormones that keep her alert.

“The Workhorse” is exhausted in the morning and throughout the day, using caffeine to keep going and rarely enjoys restful sleep

“The Flatliner” tries hard to meet everyone’s needs, but barely has enough energy and can’t get restful sleep.